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Intel 600p Series 512GB M.2-2280 SSD £165.48 @ Kustom PC

£165.48 @ Kustom PCs
Cheapest nvme ssd m.2 card on the market at the moment and lowest price I've seen (was £175 on Scan.co.uk last week) Very fast drive with the main downside being a low 72TB endurance rating for all… Read More
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Cheapest nvme ssd m.2 card on the market at the moment and lowest price I've seen (was £175 on Scan.co.uk last week)

Very fast drive with the main downside being a low 72TB endurance rating for all drive sizes.

Intel have updated the Endurance for this drive series. This is now 288TBW - http://ark.intel.com/products/94924/Intel-SSD-600p-Series-512GB-M_2-80mm-PCIe-3_0-x4-3D1-TLC
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#2
Can you explain what "72TB endurance rating " means?
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I'd call this expensive, not a "good deal"
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popoyaya
Can you explain what "72TB endurance rating " means?
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/intel-ssd-endurance-600p-mwi,news-53926.html
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PhilK
I'd call this expensive, not a "good deal"
to be fair it was £155 a couple of weeks ago http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Intel-DrivePEKKW512G7X1-Optane-Solid-State/product/B01K4I77DK
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Hot post brexit prices
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popoyaya
Can you explain what "72TB endurance rating " means?

Mechanial hard drives wear out over time since they have spinning parts. Solid state drives don't have spinning parts, but they have a limited lifespan because the flash cells within them that store data can only be written a few times. By a few I mean hundreds to thousands of times. If you take the average number of times a cell can be written and multiply that by number of cells (or capacity) you get an endurance rating. How much data can be written to the drive before too many cells fail and the entire drive needs replacing. 72TB is fairly low, for instance I've written 40TB to one of my 240GB Intel 335 SSDs and it's reporting 99% of its lifespan remaining. Those drives don't have an actual endurance rating but it's estimated to be 500TB, these drives were made in 2012 btw.

Edited By: CampGareth on Nov 06, 2016 12:12
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Someone's buying into the incessant "remain" propaganda that the results shouldn't be final until they get their own way, eh ? (By the way, I accidentally tapped on "like" - why's there no way to deselect it ?)
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PhilK
Someone's buying into the incessant "remain" propaganda that the results shouldn't be final until they get their own way, eh ? (By the way, I accidentally tapped on "like" - why's there no way to deselect it ?)
indeed, I'm pretty sure we were all complaining about food price increases several years ago......selective memory I guess :D
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Someone's buying into the incessant "remain" propaganda that the results shouldn't be final until they get their own way, eh ? (By the way, I accidentally tapped on "like" - why's there no way to deselect it ?)
My comment wasn't meant to be political, it was more simply that this is a good priced SSD despite being higher than the prices 6months ago. The £ has gone down in response to Brexit, thus this is a hot price post brexit.
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PhilK
Someone's buying into the incessant "remain" propaganda that the results shouldn't be final until they get their own way, eh ? (By the way, I accidentally tapped on "like" - why's there no way to deselect it ?)
indeed, I'm pretty sure we were all complaining about food price increases several years ago......selective memory I guess :D
Now I liked that post and it WASN'T accidental ! :p
Yes, it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
So what caused price increases before Brexit ? Tooth Fairy ? Earthquakes in Antarctica ? Or Brexit before Brexit happened ? (seriously - that was suggested by some arrogant ranting "wimmin" on TV a week or so ago on Sky news)
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
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I'm looking for an m.2, but why do they make them so ugly, how many motherboards are green!
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
https://youtu.be/7wVagQ_LVd4?t=2m
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
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it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that

Yes, the pound has been lower - but not since the mid 80s, and that was exceptional. The £ dropped about 10% against the $ on the day after the Brexit vote (a huge drop for 1 night), and another 10% rapidly since then, which is very unusual in such a short time.

This was the news the day after Brexit and it contains a chart of £ vs $ over the past 45 years:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36611512
As you will see, getting close to $1.20 is not just the normal expected fluctuation. 1985 is the only time we've come that low and that was short lived.

The low £ does have advantages for our exporters, but it will mean price increases. You can bury your head in the sand and pretend that Brexit hasn't impacted the value of the £ if you wish, but that flies in the face of what most credible financial experts say.
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PhilK
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
Yes, the pound has been lower - but not since the mid 80s, and that was exceptional. The £ dropped about 10% against the $ on the day after the Brexit vote (a huge drop for 1 night), and another 10% rapidly since then, which is very unusual in such a short time.
This was the news the day after Brexit and it contains a chart of £ vs $ over the past 45 years:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36611512
As you will see, getting close to $1.20 is not just the normal expected fluctuation. 1985 is the only time we've come that low and that was short lived.
The low £ does have advantages for our exporters, but it will mean price increases. You can bury your head in the sand and pretend that Brexit hasn't impacted the value of the £ if you wish, but that flies in the face of what most credible financial experts say.
"That was exceptional" - so leaving Europe ISN'T ???
Jesus - just believe any crap you want and give it a rest
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
Yes, the pound has been lower - but not since the mid 80s, and that was exceptional. The £ dropped about 10% against the $ on the day after the Brexit vote (a huge drop for 1 night), and another 10% rapidly since then, which is very unusual in such a short time.
This was the news the day after Brexit and it contains a chart of £ vs $ over the past 45 years:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36611512
As you will see, getting close to $1.20 is not just the normal expected fluctuation. 1985 is the only time we've come that low and that was short lived.
The low £ does have advantages for our exporters, but it will mean price increases. You can bury your head in the sand and pretend that Brexit hasn't impacted the value of the £ if you wish, but that flies in the face of what most credible financial experts say.
"That was exceptional" - so leaving Europe ISN'T ???
Jesus - just believe any crap you want and give it a rest
Yes, leaving Europe IS exceptional - so you are finally admitting that Brexit IS the cause then! FFS! But as you say, just believe any crap you want and give it a rest!
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
Yes, the pound has been lower - but not since the mid 80s, and that was exceptional. The £ dropped about 10% against the $ on the day after the Brexit vote (a huge drop for 1 night), and another 10% rapidly since then, which is very unusual in such a short time.
This was the news the day after Brexit and it contains a chart of £ vs $ over the past 45 years:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36611512
As you will see, getting close to $1.20 is not just the normal expected fluctuation. 1985 is the only time we've come that low and that was short lived.
The low £ does have advantages for our exporters, but it will mean price increases. You can bury your head in the sand and pretend that Brexit hasn't impacted the value of the £ if you wish, but that flies in the face of what most credible financial experts say.
"That was exceptional" - so leaving Europe ISN'T ???
Jesus - just believe any crap you want and give it a rest
Yes, leaving Europe IS exceptional - so you are finally admitting that Brexit IS the cause then! FFS! But as you say, just believe any crap you want and give it a rest!
No. I'm saying the fall in the 80s was down to outside forces INFLUENCING. Ditto here. the value is being forced down artificially. And like 80s will climb back up. This happens every time noteable changes are made. Only you and the others seem to think it's the only time its ever happened, despite being pointed out when it HAS
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
Yes, the pound has been lower - but not since the mid 80s, and that was exceptional. The £ dropped about 10% against the $ on the day after the Brexit vote (a huge drop for 1 night), and another 10% rapidly since then, which is very unusual in such a short time.
This was the news the day after Brexit and it contains a chart of £ vs $ over the past 45 years:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36611512
As you will see, getting close to $1.20 is not just the normal expected fluctuation. 1985 is the only time we've come that low and that was short lived.
The low £ does have advantages for our exporters, but it will mean price increases. You can bury your head in the sand and pretend that Brexit hasn't impacted the value of the £ if you wish, but that flies in the face of what most credible financial experts say.
"That was exceptional" - so leaving Europe ISN'T ???
Jesus - just believe any crap you want and give it a rest
Yes, leaving Europe IS exceptional - so you are finally admitting that Brexit IS the cause then! FFS! But as you say, just believe any crap you want and give it a rest!
No. I'm saying the fall in the 80s was down to outside forces INFLUENCING. Ditto here. the value is being forced down artificially. And like 80s will climb back up. This happens every time noteable changes are made. Only you and the others seem to think it's the only time its ever happened, despite being pointed out when it HAS

That's not what I said, but you obviously aren't listening. You aren't actually taking in the argument, you are just misrepresenting what I say to make your case.

There's no point in continuing this. I'm not sure if you are actively trolling or just trying to doggedly defend the hole you've dug for yourself. Either way, there's no point as you're obviously never going to admit that Brexit could have had a negative effect, despite realising that leaving the EU is an exceptional event, which is BOUND to have an effect on currency!

You are one of those people who can never admit they are wrong, but argue on, and keep digging the hole - so I may as well just add you to the ignore list and be done with it!
#23
Spod
It's not Plodd at all. It's a pretty spong conbliberation between the two mentally deranged llamas.
Sigh.....it's like carrying out a conversation with a couple of yapping mutts in a back alley
#24
Can you explain what "72TB endurance rating " means?
Flash cells are like tiny rechargeable batterys, you can only recharge them so many times before they start to wear out, or lose their charge . SSD's all have some spare capacity (5-25%) to replace/remap failed cells but eventually too many errors occur and the drive becomes unusable.
Intel are known to be highly conservative in their ratings so this drive would likely last well beyond it's 72tb rating. PLus they doesn't want this cheaper home-use drive to be bought by their Enterprise Clients who MUST fork out double or treble for "enterprise" class SSD's.
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PhilK
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
I think you're talking about inflation, but the only time I've seen anything like this before in my lifetime was the crash in 2008 where the £ dropped a similar amount to recently and as a child I remember the Tories bad touching the pound.

The drop is largely to do with our financial services industry looking to move to the EU and the £ becoming less attractive as a result. Markets don't move based on conspiracy theories, they move based on actual prices people are willing to pay.
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PhilK
it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
I think you're talking about inflation, but the only time I've seen anything like this before in my lifetime was the crash in 2008 where the £ dropped a similar amount to recently and as a child I remember the Tories bad touching the pound.
The drop is largely to do with our financial services industry looking to move to the EU and the £ becoming less attractive as a result. Markets don't move based on conspiracy theories, they move based on actual prices people are willing to pay.
I would disagree with the last bit. Regular folk have little to no impact on exchange rates. The main influencers are a handful of large financial institutions, the very same who wanted Britain to remain. This drop is clearly artificial, revenge market manipulation.
Those institutions are the same ones who stole all our money in 2008 then used some of it to bribe the journalists into convincing you it was because of benefits claimants. The same ones who are fomenting wars around the globe and have caused the rise of ISIS in their attempts to depose the legitimate leader of Syria.
But yeah let's blame people who voted for Brexit.
The city of London and other British owned tax havens are still in full effect so the £ should still be attractive to those swine.
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friiza
I would disagree with the last bit. Regular folk have little to no impact on exchange rates. The main influencers are a handful of large financial institutions, the very same who wanted Britain to remain. This drop is clearly artificial, revenge market manipulation.
Those institutions are the same ones who stole all our money in 2008 then used some of it to bribe the journalists into convincing you it was because of benefits claimants. The same ones who are fomenting wars around the globe and have caused the rise of ISIS in their attempts to depose the legitimate leader of Syria.
But yeah let's blame people who voted for Brexit.
The city of London and other British owned tax havens are still in full effect so the £ should still be attractive to those swine.
FINALLY - someone thinking for themselves, and not the current bull coming from the usual sources
Well put, and - at least someone is seeing through the bilge to see the blindingly obvious
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it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
I think you're talking about inflation, but the only time I've seen anything like this before in my lifetime was the crash in 2008 where the £ dropped a similar amount to recently and as a child I remember the Tories bad touching the pound.
The drop is largely to do with our financial services industry looking to move to the EU and the £ becoming less attractive as a result. Markets don't move based on conspiracy theories, they move based on actual prices people are willing to pay.
I would disagree with the last bit. Regular folk have little to no impact on exchange rates. The main influencers are a handful of large financial institutions, the very same who wanted Britain to remain. This drop is clearly artificial, revenge market manipulation.
Those institutions are the same ones who stole all our money in 2008 then used some of it to bribe the journalists into convincing you it was because of benefits claimants. The same ones who are fomenting wars around the globe and have caused the rise of ISIS in their attempts to depose the legitimate leader of Syria.
But yeah let's blame people who voted for Brexit.
The city of London and other British owned tax havens are still in full effect so the £ should still be attractive to those swine.
I've not blamed anyone. The city of London is not still in full effect, it's been threatened with a huge part of it's market being closed off. You seem to think there's some conspiracy to sell the pound to make a point? That's not how markets work. Less people have use for £'s now that we're leaving the EU, the demand falls, the price falls with it. The world is more complex than simple conspiracy theories, the idea that billions of pounds were sold at a loss to prove a hazy point isn't plausible at all to me.
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it is odd that so many have now looked at price increases as down to Brexit.
No. It's not odd at all. It's a pretty strong correlation between the two.
No doubt the pound devaluation in mid 70s was down to Brexit too ?
So you see no link between brexit vote, the pound dropping 20%, the price of $ imports going up approximately the same 20% ?
So YOU don't recall prices increasing in the past ? The £ has been lower than this too. Forgot that or prefer your memory of anything to be invented by other people ? The current drop is by the same eurocentric types selling the pound and deliberatly trying to produce what is being produced Nothing more mystical than that
I think you're talking about inflation, but the only time I've seen anything like this before in my lifetime was the crash in 2008 where the £ dropped a similar amount to recently and as a child I remember the Tories bad touching the pound.
The drop is largely to do with our financial services industry looking to move to the EU and the £ becoming less attractive as a result. Markets don't move based on conspiracy theories, they move based on actual prices people are willing to pay.
I would disagree with the last bit. Regular folk have little to no impact on exchange rates. The main influencers are a handful of large financial institutions, the very same who wanted Britain to remain. This drop is clearly artificial, revenge market manipulation.
Those institutions are the same ones who stole all our money in 2008 then used some of it to bribe the journalists into convincing you it was because of benefits claimants. The same ones who are fomenting wars around the globe and have caused the rise of ISIS in their attempts to depose the legitimate leader of Syria.
But yeah let's blame people who voted for Brexit.
The city of London and other British owned tax havens are still in full effect so the £ should still be attractive to those swine.
I've not blamed anyone. The city of London is not still in full effect, it's been threatened with a huge part of it's market being closed off. You seem to think there's some conspiracy to sell the pound to make a point? That's not how markets work. Less people have use for £'s now that we're leaving the EU, the demand falls, the price falls with it. The world is more complex than simple conspiracy theories, the idea that billions of pounds were sold at a loss to prove a hazy point isn't plausible at all to me.
Right, it's being threatened. Something that won't happen for over 2 years. Still in full swing. Look at the ftse hitting peaks. They made back the cash don't worry about them. When they run out they'll just tap our government for more so they don't mind losses. Maybe they see it as an investment to dissuade other nations from following suit.
The world is more complex and dirty than simple BBC narratives.
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Intel have updated the Endurance Ratings for this drive series so this is now 288TBW:
http://ark.intel.com/products/94924/Intel-SSD-600p-Series-512GB-M_2-80mm-PCIe-3_0-x4-3D1-TLC
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is this the and am sound as well for the price?
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Someone's buying into the incessant "remain" propaganda that the results shouldn't be final until they get their own way, eh ? (By the way, I accidentally tapped on "like" - why's there no way to deselect it ?)

Hahahah. Whats the chances you'll claim you accidentally ticked the Leave box come April and want to change your mind - muppet!

Edited By: Bejeezus on Nov 17, 2016 13:30
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Someone's buying into the incessant "remain" propaganda that the results shouldn't be final until they get their own way, eh ? (By the way, I accidentally tapped on "like" - why's there no way to deselect it ?)
Hahahah. Whats the chances you'll claim you accidentally ticked the Leave box come April and want to change your mind - muppet!
Always found the ones who use the term "muppet" have less intelligence than the ACTUAL muppets without the hand in 'em and the voice-over. And boy oh boy are you a classic example of THAT !!!! X)
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Someone's buying into the incessant "remain" propaganda that the results shouldn't be final until they get their own way, eh ? (By the way, I accidentally tapped on "like" - why's there no way to deselect it ?)
Hahahah. Whats the chances you'll claim you accidentally ticked the Leave box come April and want to change your mind - muppet!
Always found the ones who use the term "muppet" have less intelligence than the ACTUAL muppets without the hand in 'em and the voice-over. And boy oh boy are you a classic example of THAT !!!! X)

Erm yeah.. you obviously claim the high ground with that reply.
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Someone's buying into the incessant "remain" propaganda that the results shouldn't be final until they get their own way, eh ? (By the way, I accidentally tapped on "like" - why's there no way to deselect it ?)
Hahahah. Whats the chances you'll claim you accidentally ticked the Leave box come April and want to change your mind - muppet!
Always found the ones who use the term "muppet" have less intelligence than the ACTUAL muppets without the hand in 'em and the voice-over. And boy oh boy are you a classic example of THAT !!!! X)
Erm yeah.. you obviously claim the high ground with that reply.
Certainly can. Don't think theres low enough grounds for yours
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I'm looking for an m.2, but why do they make them so ugly, how many motherboards are green!

Were you being serious when you made that comment?

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